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    <p>Why do people protest? What happens when it turns to violence? And, just how far back in history does it go? Here is some information. But, first, please watch Mr. Kimmel</p>
        <blockquote><p lang="en" dir="ltr">My thoughts on George Floyd, the riots in Minneapolis and <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@RealDonaldTrump</a>'s violent stupidity... <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/JusticeForGeorgeFloyd?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#JusticeForGeorgeFloyd</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ICantBreathe?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#ICantBreathe</a> <a href="https://t.co/kgFTaMxWoz">pic.twitter.com/kgFTaMxWoz</a></p>&mdash; Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) <a href="https://twitter.com/jimmykimmel/status/1266547310638465024?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">May 30, 2020</a></blockquote>
    
<blockquote><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Looting leads to shooting, and that’s why a man was shot and killed in Minneapolis on Wednesday night - or look at what just happened in Louisville with 7 people shot. I don’t want this to happen, and that’s what the expression put out last night means....</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1266434153932894208?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">May 29, 2020</a></blockquote> <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_incidents_of_civil_unrest_in_the_United_States" role="button"> Click for history of violent protests </a> <h2> IN 1970 MARVIN GAYE WROTE AN ICONIC SONG THAT HAS PROFOUND MEANING IN 2020 </h2> <a href="http://performingsongwriter.com/marvin-gaye-whats-going-on/"> Click Here To Listen </a>

THE TAIT DEBATE: Military report on nursing home conditions … and a collective look in the mirror?

Imagine you’re hungry and want to finish your dinner. You can’t feed yourself. After just a few bites the person feeding you decides, on your behalf, your appetite has been met and — all of a sudden — stops feeding you and takes you back to your room.

The person — paid to assist you and make sure your basic human fundamental needs are met — writes in your chart you were not hungry.

Or, imagine you tell someone you need to answer nature’s call and, politely, ask for help. But they tell you that you just went, and they’re not going to help you.

Or, imagine being given medication which is outdated.

It’s hard to imagine such inhuman treatment.

But sadly and as incredible as those three scenarios and many more are occurring in Ontario nursing homes. Isolated incidents?
Absolutely not.

It’s a world-wide issue — something many of us have turned our eyes away from, and put our ears on mute. Meanwhile, white elephants in countless rooms freely romp allowing the abuse, the neglect and, most disturbingly, the disrespect to mercifully continue.

It has required a lethal global pandemic — COVID-19 — and this country’s most powerful patriots — the Canadian Armed Forces — to expose what truly goes on behind closed doors in nursing homes and extended care centres.

How profoundly … sad.

To meet increasingly needs in nursing homes, the Armed Forces went in to help. They witnessed a war, on Canadian soil, and an assault on our pioneers — the very men and women who have built this nation.

Instead of paying homage and gratitude in their golden years, many live in conditions normally seen in a Stephen King horror.
It was one of the toughest and agonizing reads I have laid my eyes to as I read the report online Wednesday.

It is an incredible shame, though, the thousands of nurses and health-care assistants who go above and beyond — daily — to ensure residents and patients are safe, secure and valued are not mentioned.

So, where do we go from here?

Oh, sure. We could form task forces, appoint panels and string together commissions to re-trace this muddy path. But, we need to remedy this issue as soon as possible.

Finger-pointing would be counterproductive.

A commentary, as odd as it may seem, needs to be ignited. We do not need textbooks or diplomas to signify we have accredited training from a new form of education to correct questionable practices.

One has to seriously wonder what a thoughtful look in the mirror might achieve. Simple, yes. But powerful.

We must move forward.

As we enter a “new normal” we must learn from the past and encourage everyone to treat people — especially those who need help — better.

Now, imagine that.

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                    BRIAN LILLEY COLUMN                     </h2>
                     Yes, politicians must take responsibility but no minister in any government can personally manage every aspect of their department. They rely on highly-paid staff to give them the best advice so they can make decisions.

When you do your job so badly that it generates the type of report we saw this week, someone in the bureaucracy has to go.
I find it very hard to believe that the government was completely shocked by what was in the report from the military. I mean for goodness sake it was so bad that the military had to be called in.
Yet, it was also someone’s job to inspect these homes, to oversee these homes. Those people — along with the actual managers — are the ones who have truly failed. These are the people who should be fired — and soon.Yes, politicians must take responsibility but no minister in any government can personally manage every aspect of their department. They rely on highly-paid staff to give them the best advice so they can make decisions.
When you do your job so badly that it generates the type of report we saw this week, someone in the bureaucracy has to go.
I find it very hard to believe that the government was completely shocked by what was in the report from the military. I mean for goodness sake it was so bad that the military had to be called in.
Yet, it was also someone’s job to inspect these homes, to oversee these homes. Those people — along with the actual managers — are the ones who have truly failed. These are the people who should be fired — and soon.

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Additionally – I will state again – to increase the distance between our guests we elected to open at 25% capacity as opposed to the 50% that the government is currently allowing. This extra space creates even larger gaps between guests than a room sat at 50%

One of the benefits of our ticketing and reservation system is that it creates a detailed list of customers. If God forbid we find out  a customer tests  positive that was in attendance – our system would allow us to contact all of the guests who attended the show in question. I can’t think of many restaurants, bars or night clubs in the city that have that ability for immediate contact tracing like we do.  

 

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HI folks = please read my note, and new idea of how we all can help — Cam

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The Roman Catholic Bishops of Alberta have issued new COVID-19 guidelines for churchgoers who in June can attend mass once again.

The new measures were unveiled Tuesday under guidelines developed by a task force led by Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton and Bishop William McGrattan of Calgary. Parishes that have made the necessary preparations will be able to begin offering weekday masses on June 1 and Sunday masses as of June 7.

“The return of our people to the eucharist after all this time will be a moment of joy for both priests and parishioners, but there is still a long way to do,” said Smith, in a Tuesday statement. “We will need to demonstrate that we have succeeded in providing a safe environment for mass with small groups before we can proceed to the next stage and open masses to larger groups. For that reason, we ask once more for your patience, understanding, and prayers as we take these first steps forward.”

The bishops have a detailed list of conditions designed to protect the health and safety of parishioners, volunteers, staff and clergy. The document follows the province’s guidance for places of worship as part of the relaunch strategy as well as consultations with chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw and other experts.

Some of the new guidelines include limiting the total number of participants at each mass to 50 — or even fewer if required to accommodate physical distancing. The maximum number includes the priest, liturgical ministers, livestream videographers, ushers, cleaners, and anyone else present during mass.

Attendees will also be asked a series of health and travel-related questions as recommended by Alberta Health Services and contact information will be recorded for the purpose of contact tracing, if necessary.

Hand sanitizing stations will be set up at doors and around the church and masks will be required to be worn by all staff, volunteers and communicants.

Physical distancing will be observed throughout mass, including unoccupied “spacer” pews that will be marked or roped off to ensure distancing between congregants.

While congregants will be able to receive the communion bread, there will be no distribution of wine. Communicants will have to wear a mask to approach for communion, as will the priest distributing it.

There will also be no sign of the peace or holy water in fonts.

All social gatherings are prohibited in the churches and social visits and contact between people of different households such as hand-shaking or sharing of communal items is not allowed. Social visits outside the church may take place, as long as physical distancing is maintained.

A full list of conditions for the Archdiocese of Edmonton can be found at caedm.ca.

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The Roman Catholic Bishops of Alberta have issued new COVID-19 guidelines for churchgoers who in June can attend mass once again.

The new measures were unveiled Tuesday under guidelines developed by a task force led by Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton and Bishop William McGrattan of Calgary. Parishes that have made the necessary preparations will be able to begin offering weekday masses on June 1 and Sunday masses as of June 7.

“The return of our people to the eucharist after all this time will be a moment of joy for both priests and parishioners, but there is still a long way to do,” said Smith, in a Tuesday statement. “We will need to demonstrate that we have succeeded in providing a safe environment for mass with small groups before we can proceed to the next stage and open masses to larger groups. For that reason, we ask once more for your patience, understanding, and prayers as we take these first steps forward.”

The bishops have a detailed list of conditions designed to protect the health and safety of parishioners, volunteers, staff and clergy. The document follows the province’s guidance for places of worship as part of the relaunch strategy as well as consultations with chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw and other experts.

Some of the new guidelines include limiting the total number of participants at each mass to 50 — or even fewer if required to accommodate physical distancing. The maximum number includes the priest, liturgical ministers, livestream videographers, ushers, cleaners, and anyone else present during mass.

Attendees will also be asked a series of health and travel-related questions as recommended by Alberta Health Services and contact information will be recorded for the purpose of contact tracing, if necessary.

Hand sanitizing stations will be set up at doors and around the church and masks will be required to be worn by all staff, volunteers and communicants.

Physical distancing will be observed throughout mass, including unoccupied “spacer” pews that will be marked or roped off to ensure distancing between congregants.

While congregants will be able to receive the communion bread, there will be no distribution of wine. Communicants will have to wear a mask to approach for communion, as will the priest distributing it.

There will also be no sign of the peace or holy water in fonts.

All social gatherings are prohibited in the churches and social visits and contact between people of different households such as hand-shaking or sharing of communal items is not allowed. Social visits outside the church may take place, as long as physical distancing is maintained.

A full list of conditions for the Archdiocese of Edmonton can be found at caedm.ca.

ajunker@postmedia.com

@junkeranna

COLUMN: BRIAN LILLEY

Anger, outrage and disappointment simply won’t cut it. Telling me you are concerned won’t cut it.
The report from the military on some of the conditions at five of the worst-hit long-term care homes is nothing short of disturbing.
Residents left in soiled diapers, rotting food, flies, cockroaches and worst of all, poor infection controls in the middle of a pandemic that left residents as sitting ducks as the virus spread throughout their homes.Anger, outrage and disappointment simply won’t cut it. Telling me you are concerned won’t cut it.
The report from the military on some of the conditions at five of the worst-hit long-term care homes is nothing short of disturbing.
Residents left in soiled diapers, rotting food, flies, cockroaches and worst of all, poor infection controls in the middle of a pandemic that left residents as sitting ducks as the virus spread throughout their homes.

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